Winter 2024 Registration Information
January 8, 2024
LAWG-5903 Land Use Planning- This course will be synchronous online, not in person. All other details, including date and time remain the same.
December 22, 2023
LAWG-5822 Criminal Law and the Charter- One date change, Wednesday January 24th from 630-930 is cancelled, and has been replaced with January, 25th from 630-930. All other intensive meeting times remain the same. The update has been made in the notes section of UWINSITE. Thank you.
December 20, 2023
LAWG-5823 First Nations Women and the Law- Instructor: Dodge, Arlene. Time: Wednesday, 7:00-9:50pm (ONLINE). Tentative Evaluation Methodology: 20% course participation, 20% in-class presentation, 10% research paper outline, 50% research paper. The course will satisfy the Perspectives subrequirement for students.
December 11, 2023
LAWG-5914 Trademarks- Instructor: Kasprowicz, Michal. Tentative Evaluation Methodology: 100% Final Examination
LAWG-5852-4 Administrative Law- A fourth section has been opened. Instructor: Rokakis, John. Tentative Evaluation Methodology: Final Exam: 70%, Class Presentation: 20%, Participation/Attendance: 10%. Additional Details can be found on UWINSITE student.
November 20, 2023
LAWG-5914- Trademarks Update Time – Friday 11:30-2:20pm
LAWG-5823 - First Nations Women & The Law – Format of the Course and Timing are still pending (time has been changed to TBD in UWINSITE)
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November 16th, 2023
LAWG-5914 Trademarks- This course has had an Instructor change (TBD) and the date/time has also changed to (TBD). More information will be forthcoming, ahead of Registration opening.
November 14th, 2023
LAWG-5705 Intro to Islamic Law- This course has had a day/time change. It is now being offered on Tuesdays from 2:30pm-5:20pm, due to Professor availability. The course remains ONLINE.
November 9th, 2023
LAWG-5835 Reconciliation & the Residential School Legacy- had the incorrect course description in the course descriptions book. Here is the appropriate senate approved course description:
This course explores the residential school legacy. It offers students a comprehensive understanding of the Federal Indian Education policy and other federal government responses that led to the signing of the Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement in 2005. The course also explores the impacts the residential school system had on the survivors and their intergenerational family members. The course further examines the healing movement that emerged across Canada in the 1980s and concludes by looking at reconciliation and efforts to move the Residential School Legacy forward.
Fall 2023 Registration Information
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Work Plans for Tracking Degree Progress
Use these work plans to track the progress towards your degree. The templates below are subject to change; remember it is your responsibility to ensure that you fufill all Windsor Law Degree Requirements
Juris Doctor Program Track (version uploaded Sept 13, 2023)
Canadian & American Dual JD Program Track (version uploaded Sept 13, 2023)
Law Library Information (Paul Martin Law Library)
Payment of Fees (Student Accounts / Cashier's Office)
In the spirit of academic excellence and transnational law, the University of Windsor Faculty of Law and University of Detroit Mercy School of Law have established a course exchange program. This program will provide interested students with the ability to explore legal issues from an international and comparative law perspective, and gives each student at Detroit Mercy Law and Windsor Law the opportunity to study internationally as part of their legal education. Students in good standing enrolled in the single Juris Doctor programs at either Windsor Law or Detroit Mercy Law may take one course at the other institution, while paying the home institution’s tuition. Allowable courses include classroom and elective courses, and exclude clinical, mandatory first year courses, or other required courses. Each institution will publish, on a semester basis, a list of offered consortium courses. A student’s enrollment in any particular course is contingent upon space being available in the course with priority being given to students at the home school. Courses will count towards the maximum credit hours allowed during a semester, according to the student’s home school and program. Students will be bound by the academic, attendance, and conduct policies of the host institution for the course in which they are enrolled.